THE TOWERS BED & BREAKFAST
101 NW Front Street, Milford, DE 19963
Phone Number: (302) 422-3814
Email: TowersBnBDE [at] gmail.com
WHY IS IT SO SPECIAL?
The Towers Bed & Breakfast is a luxurious, adults only B&B located in historic Milford, Delaware - a major 19th century ship building center.
Built in 1783 and remodeled in 1891, The Towers Only a two hour drive from D.C and Baltimore, and was once home to Delaware's most famous poet, John Lofland as well as the state governor during the Civil War. It is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The history at The Towers is fascinating, and you will certainly feel inspired and mesmorized as soon as you enter it's walls.
Your hosts, Dan and Rhonda, will go out of their way to give you the best possible stay you can imagine.
There are four beautiful guest rooms with this Milford gem. Each have their own unique character, and each embrace the history whilst giving you that modern luxury you want for your romantic stay.
The Tower Room overlook's the historic Front Street, with a deep slipper tub to unwind and relax in. The large stained-glass fan pattern window creatures playful lights within the room.
The Garden Room overlooks the garden, and features a wistful sitting area, and offers you the quietest room in the property.
The Bird's Nest Suite is often a favorite for honeymooners, with it's beautifully carved walnut head and footboard on your Victorian double bed. It oozes the romance of a bygone era with it's faux fireplace and cherub art.
Finally, the Rapunzel Suite features an ornate headboard canopy created from a portion of 18th century French mansion window molding. A short passageway leads you onto a tiny porch in the tower, where no-one can disturb you.
Come morning, you will be welcomed downstairs with a gourmet full breakfast, included in your rate. It's the perfect way to start the day before exploring the sites of Milford, the Delaware countryside, or perhaps just a stroll in the B&B's private garden.
The Towers Bed & Breakfast embraces the rich history of the USA's first state, and transports you to a place where you can feel it's charm, grandeur, mystery and romance in every corner and every wall.
WHAT ELSE SHOULD WE KNOW:
There is usually a two-night minimum required on weekends (Friday through Sunday nights) during the months of April through October. Special rates are available for guests wishing to stay for more than five consecutive nights.
They have off-street parking and wifi internet available
- Breakfast Included
- National Register of Historic Places
- 19th Century Furnishings
Dan & Rhonda Bond